Jack Welch said Thursday that if asked, he wouldn't serve as Donald Trump's Treasury secretary.
If the presumptive GOP nominee were to win the White House and offer Treasury, Welch said he would turn down a Cabinet position for the third time in his life. Welch said he was offered jobs by Presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.
Welch said he'll vote for Trump if he gets the Republican nomination.
"I don't know exactly what I get with the Republican candidate," he said. "[But] I know I got a better shot at jobs, less regulation [with Trump]. He talks about more security. He talks about stronger military. He put out a list of 11 Supreme Court candidates."